Charles McGee, Pablo Picasso among artists featured at Collected Detroit's grand opening

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  • Al Loving, "Card Players"

You can never have too much art, especially in Detroit. As the newest gallery on the block, Collected Detroit is making a grand entrance with its inaugural exhibition, Detroit in the World: Selections From a Detroit Art Connoisseur’s Collection. A sampling from a Detroit art collector, the exhibit features work from Detroit artists including Judy Bowman, Tyree Guyton, Al Loving, Nicole Macdonald, Charles, McGee, and Jane Knight, as well as work from renowned works from masters of the likes of Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, and others. Marion Hayden’s trio will provide entertainment during the catered opening night festivities.

Collected Detroit's opening reception begins at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8 at Collected Detroit; 2439 Fourth St., Detroit;; Event is free.

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